Positioning a bed in a room should be based on the location of the entrance door. To ensure a sense of security and privacy in the bedroom, follow these rules of thumb:
There are two types of windows: those with hinges that require clearance for opening/closing and those with railings that are flush with the wall. It's best to avoid placing a bed under a window for the following reasons:
However, it's worth noting that sometimes, placing a bed under a window is unavoidable and can even be aesthetically pleasing.
The circulation paths in a bedroom must be at least 75 cm / 29.5" wide. Sometimes, these paths overlap with the clearance space required for furniture, like in front of a sliding door or a chair and desk. However, in the case of open-door closets or TV units with drawers, additional space is needed to ensure comfortable access.
The recommended distance between a bed and a TV can be achieved by multiplying the TV screen size (diagonal between cross corners of the screen) by 1.2.
For example, here is a Bed-TV Viewing Distance Chart: